Videos

Collection of media highlights
from recent exhibition and events

‘SKIN DEEP’ Interviews

MARCH 19, 2019 / ‘SKIN DEEP’ AT ONE11 GALLERY

Interview with SaySay Love and Aniek Nieuwenhuis discussing their work on the project.

MARCH 8, 2019 / SABC3 AFTERNOON EXPRESS, SOUTH AFRICA

Interview with SaySay Love discussing his life, art and creative process.

February 7, 2019 / SABC News Morning Show, SOUTH AFRICA

“SKIN DEEP” – Morning Live SABC Interview with SaySay Love

Full version of the interview with SaySay Love discussing his new artwork and collaboration on the exhibition “SKIND DEEP”

Intimate Loneliness

January 28, 2019 / SABC3 Interview

“INTIMATE LONELINESS: SEX WITH THINGS” – Dr. Eve Interview on SABC3 Expresso Show

January 28, 2019 / “Intimate Loneliness” Exhibition Prelude 

“Gift Of Water Series” in Moscow

May 17, 2018 / Rossia K , Moscow

Coverage of the event by the Russian culture channel Rossia K (Россия – К)

“THERE IS NO MORE WATER HERE” exhibition at ZDES Na Taganke Gallery in Moscow. 

“Gift Of Water” Series in South Africa

February 23, 2018 / Melrose Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa

THE GIFT OF WATER Chapter III @ The Melrose gallery / Charity Event Opening

December 5, 2017 / One11 Gallery

Making Of “THE GIFT OF WATER” by SaySay.Love Exhibition @ ONE11 Gallery, Cape Town

December 8, 2017 / One11 Gallery

SaySay.Love The Gift Of Water ONE11 Interview

Water Crisis – Raising Awareness

May 15, 2018 / “THE GIFT OF WATER” Exhibition Series Trailer

Portrait of the Artist

November 7, 2017 / Video Portrait of the Artist

More about SaySay.Love

Saysay.Love is a visual activist who spends his time between Cape Town and Berlin. He has made a name for himself with the series entitled the ‘Gift of Water’ which brought attention to the water crises facing the Western Cape in 2018 and will see him present a new body of work in 2019 touching on themes such as “Faked Perfection”, “intimate loneliness” and “Sex with Things”

SaySay.Love shares his unique way of seeing the world through the work he creates. Born with an optical disability that affects his ability to see the world three-dimensionally, SaySay.Love has a different perspective which comes across in his suggestive and provocative work.

His photography is layered with symbolism and based on his emotional experiences and reflections on the social issues. SaySay.Love is passionate about education and the role it plays in social change, supporting a number of charities with the proceeds of his work.